Singapore is known for restrictions and fees on behaviors that are not allowed like jaywalking, bringing a durian (fruit) to hotel or metro, chewing a gum or drinking water in the metro and lots more.
In January 2016 they seem to have a campaign on how to behave on the metro and created cute and funny characters, here are two of them, HushHushHanna and BagDownBenny:)
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We often end up wanting to escape big cities when things got to hectic and we need some peace. Our travels in Japan has to lead us to some of the major cities that many travelers also ends up in. Travelling between bigger cities are both easier and less expensive. And that’s why this phenomenon happens, ending up in large cities.
Time in metropolitan cities, with heavy traffic, crowded spaces, make us crave for calm. We often miss the smalltown charm of simpleness and originality. We found that a great trick while being in a bigger city is to discover suburbs on the outskirt. Suburbs often offers peaceful surroundings, with a slower speed and plenty of nature. One of the best things about suburbs are the surprises and finding some hidden gems.
Bwiti are a spiritual ritual including psychedelic roots and plenty dancing in Gabon, central Africa. This film will let you see the full deal of this special rite.
The Gabon ceremony is used mostly for healing but the root will cause some complex visions most probably.. See for yourself and be the judge!
For us as young kids, circus was something all kids around us had a relationship to and at best visited once or twice. As adults we started to question how the animals are treated and because of this we do not want to participate or support circuses anymore. However, the Irani circus in Pakistan seems to be be doing some real good, lots of clowns, performance artists and in general great entertainment for a country in a difficult situation.
It’s the only circus that exists and they tour in every city around Pakistan. Many people don’t even know what a circus is and some are moved really deep by this experience. The artists do everything for the show, although they seem not to get much in return. In short, this is a quick and much interesting documentary worth seeing!